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Legislative Threat to America’s Public Lands and Wildlife

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives will begin consideration of H.R. 3590, the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement Act of 2013.  Under the guise of expanding hunting and fishing access on public lands, H.R. 3590 combines several anti-wildlife proposals into a single dangerous bill that threatens the future of America’s public lands and wildlife.

If passed, the bill will exclude national wildlife refuge management decisions from environmental review and public input. An extremely dangerous loophole… The bill also aims to open vital wilderness areas to damaging construction projects as well as recreational hunting and shooting on FEDERAL lands.

Please consider signing the Wolf Conservation Center‘s POPVOX legislative campaign to show your OPPOSITION to H.R. 3590.

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When you sign the Popvox campaign, your vote goes directly to the lawmakers who represent you! If you like, you can also send a short *optional* message along with your vote. Please ask your representatives to oppose the bill too. Thank you!

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2 Responses to Legislative Threat to America’s Public Lands and Wildlife

  1. Donna Mae Lober says:

    Our wolves deserve to be protected and not slaughtered.

  2. Stanley Telega says:

    I find it almost impossible to be civil when referring to the killing machine that is Wildlife “services”. They
    work only for ranchers and use planes, poison, traps, snares etc to kill wolves, eagles, dogs, prairie dogs, cats, even though ranchers are subsidized and use our land then donate (read bribe) the congress people to use wildlife services that we pay for. We pay for the poisons, the guns and ammo and traps and planes so they can kill MILLIONS of our wildlife.

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